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The "Popular Story"

David Gleicher.

in The Rescue of the Third Class on the Titanic

January 2006; p ublished online January 2019 .

Chapter. Subjects: Maritime History. 13739 words.

This chapter introduces the concept of the “popular story”, a combination of the dramatisations of the Titanic’s fate in literature and film, and survivor accounts that fail to include...

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replica ship

Overview page. Subjects: Maritime History.

A full-scale reproduction of a vessel, usually a ship from the past. Some have been used in marine archaeology to assess the construction materials, handling ability, etc. of the original...

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Alan Villiers

Overview page. Subjects: Maritime History — Literature.

(1903–82),

British master mariner and maritime author, born in Melbourne, Australia. He went to sea at the age of 15 in the barque Rothesay Bay and served altogether five years in...

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Jacques Cousteau

Overview page. Subjects: Maritime History — Contemporary History (Post 1945).

(1910–97),

French naval officer, explorer, and one of the pioneers of oceanography, best known for developing, with Émile Gagnan, the aqualung for diving, and for his documentaries...

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